What year was the first Hyundai Tucson Limited?

Did the Hyundai Tucson Limited come after the regular Hyundai Tucson, or did Hyundai start selling both of them at the same time? I don’t really understand what the difference is between them.

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on May 10, 2022
The first Hyundai Tucson Limited was offered in 2005. The very first 2004 Tucson model didn’t have the Limited trim option, but it was quickly added to 2005 models and later. At times, however, the Limited trim was labeled LX rather than Limited.
Most of the differences between the base model Hyundai Tucson and the Limited trim are in the interior. The Limited trim offers leather seats, heated rear seats, and a BOSE Premium audio system. If you want these options for the interior of your Tucson, the Limited trim might be right for you.
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